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Forgot To Take My Medicine Again

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ID: 2798 Elementary
Learn some useful words and phrases to describe forgetting to do something, as well as vocabulary for different ailments and medicine. Photo Credit
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SIMPLIFIED PINYIN ENGLISH  
糟糕 zāogāo damn
忘了 wàng le to have forgotten
yào medicine
dài to bring
糟糕!我忘了吃药!
zāogāo !wǒ wàng le chīyào !
Oh no! I forgot to take my medicine!
现在吃啊。
xiànzài chī ā 。
Take it now.
我也忘了带药。
wǒ yě wàng le dài yào 。
I also forgot to bring my medicine.
你吃的是什么药?抗生素吗?
nǐ chī de shì shénme yào ?kàngshēngsù ma ?
What medicine are you taking? Antibiotics?
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